The AgWeb Farm Journal published a report the other day outlining how communist China has “breached the inner walls” of American agriculture, where it is now stripping “machinery, barns, bins, and fields of all valuables.”
Every facet of American agriculture is under attack, not just by China but also by allies like Bill Gates, who has been quietly parking cash in land assets for at least the past few years.
China’s goal, anyway, is to become a global superpower, and part of this involves seizing control of American agriculture. Gates, we presume, wants to grow more genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or perhaps build more vaccine factories, seeing as how he has a fetish for injecting humans.
By 2049, China is aiming for total world domination, including within the high-tech industries of the world. Acquiring land, and particularly the arable kind, is necessary for China to achieve its nefarious goals.
One of China’s only specialties is stealing, it turns out. According to a 2017 report from the U.S. Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property, anywhere from $255-$600 billion worth of intellectual property is stolen by China from the U.S. economy every single year.
Author: Ethan Huff
Ethan Huff is an independent freelance journalist and NaturalNews.com Contributor. He writes about a wide range of topics including health and science. His posts have appeared in many media outlets including Natural News, Epoch Times, InfoWars, People’s Taliba, News Rescue, Australian National Review, and Ozarks Farm and Neighbor.